Domestic Assault By Squirrel Over No Beer

South Carolina woman was arrested a charge of domestic abuse for having allegedly stabbed her common-law husband on Christmas Eve with a decorative ceramic squirrel after he came home with no beer. Helen Ann Williams, 44, a resident on Clifton Street in North Charleston, was in the Charleston County jail on $10,000 cash bond, jail…

Crane Operator Injured At Local Shipyard, Construction Worker Killed After Fall

In today’s Post and Courier there were two separate on the job accidents reported, one of which happened right here in Mt. Pleasant, South Carolina when a large crane collapsed on a worker at Detyen’s Shipyard. The other occurred a little more than two hours south of the law offices of Howell and Christmas in…

CPSC Study Warns Parents Of Potential Dangers Posed By Toppling Televisions

It most likely isn’t a parent’s primary concern when purchasing a new television set, and may only arise as a secondary thought, but a new study by the Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) has drawn attention the risk falling televisions and furniture pose to small children. It certainly has caught the attention of your Charleston,…

Covering Losses After An Untimely Death

When a 16-year-old South Carolina teen was killed in a hit-and-run collision October 13, friends and family of the victim set up a fund to help his family cover funeral costs. According to WYFF 4, the family of the victim was not able to afford most of the obligations associated with burying the deceased teen….

Could Rock Slide Fences Prevent Derailments?

Transportation officials are trying to determine whether or not special fences that are used to protect railroad tracks from rock slides in some parts of the country might also be used in Vermont. The Amtrak train known as The Vermonter had been carrying 98 passengers and four crew members when it hit rocks that had…

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